Two days after Virginia Tech was held without a touchdown in a home game for the first time since 1995, Coach Frank Beamer told reporters during his weekly teleconference that his offense is better than the scoreboard showed in Saturday night’s 23-3 loss to Clemson.
The Hokies had two turnovers, punted the ball eight times, and were held scoreless in the second half against a Tigers team that entered the game allowing an ACC-high 6.3 yards per play. But Beamer emphasized Monday that “it’s not like we have no hope.”
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